Spent a few days in Vegas â€¦ hereâ€™s a quick show and dining report Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill (MGM Grand) Truffled Potato Chips with Maytag Blue Cheese Flat Iron Steak with Maytag Blue Cheese Butter and mashed garlic potatoes. Chocolate SoufflÃ© Great service, good food. I was seated at the edge of the restaurant which allowed great people watching as they streamed past going to the casino. Actually spoke to the manager to tell him how good the service was. David Copperfield If he or someone didnâ€™t say his name every 2 minutes I think that he would have just disappeared. Respectable show, but if there was more action and less about him and how famous he is it would have been better. Delmonico Steakhouse Emerilâ€™s New Orleans Barbecue Shrimp Served with a Petite Rosemary Biscuit Bone In Rib Steak Fresh Asparagus Bobâ€™s Butterscotch CrÃ¨me Brulee White Chocolate Hazelnut Cookies The steak was amazing and service excellent. Three servers were looking after my dining needs. I ordered an Auchentoshan single malt scotch which the servers hadnâ€™t experienced, so I was able to teach them a little about this whisky, which they appreciated. The dessert was just ok. I was expecting a little more in terms of a selection matching the high quality of the main course. The restaurant actually sent me a thank you card to my work address. The only problem I experienced, which turned out to be a theme in the higher end restaurants I attend â€¦ jeans and a t-shirt are not acceptable dress for a â€œfancyâ€ restaurant. It was very disconcerting getting dressed up in suit or a jacket and tie and being seated next to a table of people who looked like they had just sat down from walking from LA to Vegas. Spamalot Excellent! Best all around show I have seen in years. The only slight difficulty for me was getting use to the American accents when for years I have heard the same lines with English accents. I was tempted to see the show again during my stay. Fin FINâ€™s Four [Chilled: Jellyfish, Chinese Ham, Beef Flank & Octopus] Cantonese Barbecued Duck Half Good service, very tasty! STACK Miso Black Cod Lettuce Cups Ultimate KOBE "Stacked" Burger Jelly Doughnut "Munchkin" Holes Great service from my server Leslie. The Jelly Doughnuts were a little too sweet for me. MystÃ¨re I had seen the show a number of years ago and since then have seen most of the other Cirque shows in Vegas and their traveling shows. Although very good, it didnâ€™t have the same magical feel it did when I first saw it. That could have been from all the people who were removed from the rows around me for taking photos or being too rowdy. Still, very enjoyable. AlizÃ© Andre's Foie Gras Terrine with Orange and Grand Marnier Marmalade, FrisÃ©e and Chervil Salad with White Balsamic Syrup Phyllo Wrapped, Baked Anjou Pear and Roquefort Cheese with Lollo Rosso Lettuce, Spicy Pecans and Blueberry Vinaigrette Roasted Rack of Lamb and Merguez Sausage in Crispy CrÃªpe with Ricotta Risotto and Pinot Noir Sauce Chocolate SoufflÃ© The phyllo wrapped pear was magnificent. I almost got emotional due to the flood of flavours hitting my taste buds. The lamb was the most succulent, melt in your mouth cuts prepared to perfection. Exceptional service as one would expect from this quality of dining experience. The only disappointment with the experience was the restaurant not enforcing a suitable dress code. I canâ€™t leave this part of the review without comment on The Palms and the Playboy Club. After many visits to Las Vegas this was my first trip into The Palms. I guess the best I could put it was that I was disappointed. I canâ€™t really put my finger on it but it just felt dingy and cold in that casino. The fact that there were cameras and bright lights everywhere filming The Real World that I had to duck out of the way of didnâ€™t help. I went to The Playboy Club after dinner. My father was a member of the club in the sixties and relayed stories of some of his experiences there. This new Playboy Club did not live up to the stores that he told. It is basically a cash grab with over priced drinks even for Vegas standards. Le Cirque Foie Gras de Canard PoÃªlÃ© aux Fruits de Saison SautÃ©ed Foie Gras with Seasonal Fruits, Dried Cherries, Cranberries and Apricots "Blanquette" de Lapin au Riesling et SpaÃ«tzles Croquants Rabbit Symphony: Ravioli, Roasted Loin, Braised Leg with Crispy SpaÃ«tzles and Riesling Sauce I decided at the last minute to try this restaurant so the only seat available was at the bar. I expected a restaurant of this caliber to have a better scotch selection, so much so that I was tempted to go to the Fontana Bar and carry in a dram of really good whisky but didnâ€™t. All around this was the best meal during my stay. I did have dessert, but left it as a chefâ€™s choice so I donâ€™t know what I had, but it was delicious. Next visit to Vegas, I will definitely book in advance. Samba Brazilian Steakhouse â€œTHE ALL YOU CAN EAT RODIZIO EXPERIENCEâ€ Side dishes of black beans and rice, sweet fried plaintains, creamed spinach, farofa carrots, and a bottomless bowl of â€œSamba Saladâ€ tossed tableside Slow cooked Sausage and Sweet Peppers Honey Brushed Turkey Breast Roulade Wrapped in Bacon Huli Huli Chicken Hawaiian Style Churrasco Sirloin â€œPicanhaâ€ Style Fresh Fish of the Day Brazilian Style Baby Back Pork Ribs â€œAlhoâ€ Style Chicken Legs Ginger Soy Flank Steak Slow Roasted Pork and Pineapple The turkey was the best of the meat buffet. Some people complained about the restaurant being open to the casino, but where I was sitting it was very interesting. I was facing the Abbey Road Bar with the girls dancing within the Revolution sign. So I had a floor show while I was eating.